OUR MISSION

To present and produce Black cultural programs that encourage thought and debate in the greater Seattle area.

 

OUR VISION

To inspire new thoughts and challenge assumptions about Black culture.

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Black Artists Lead: Creative Education for Liberation & Survival

 

Saturday February 4, 2017

4 pm – 7 pm, Registration opens @ 3:30 pm

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute,

Grand Rehearsal Ballroom

Registration at: Brown Paper Tickets 

 

Black teaching artists come together in this workshop to demonstrate the role arts and creativity have in promoting healing, building community, and fighting injustice in these times.

 

Co-presented in partnership by: CD Forum for Arts & Ideas, the Office of Arts & Culture, and the Visionary Justice StoryLab.
Facilitated by Shontina Vernon